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  1. Bewick

    ID's needed - Tring Reservoirs, Tring, Hertfordshire, England, UK

    I agree with sedge warbler as well for the last one.
  2. Bewick

    ID's needed - Tring Reservoirs, Tring, Hertfordshire, England, UK

    Apologies for the quality of my photo but you can see the difference between heaviness of the bills of the bird in your photograph and this raven. Though the best way of distinguishing the difference is having them in close proximity with jackdaws... they tower over jackdaws.
  3. Bewick

    ID's needed - Tring Reservoirs, Tring, Hertfordshire, England, UK

    Exactly my thinking- I see raven pretty regularly in my patch and the bill is extremely noticeable.
  4. Bewick

    ID's needed - Tring Reservoirs, Tring, Hertfordshire, England, UK

    Personally looks more crow to me, I believe ravens are quite scarce in Hertfordshire as well.
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